Lunch

Hakka Mee & Shin Kee @ KL City Centre

November 11, 2009

Firstly, pardon the quality of the pictures because it’s taken from my iPhone. It’s only been 3 months and I have almost eaten what I want to eat in KL and I am currently bringing sandwich to work. It’s this whole diet and save money thingy.

Anyways, few weeks back when I was still scouting around for nice food around the city centre, here are 2 that I would somehow recommend.

The first is Hakka Mee at a back lane near Jalan Sultan. It’s the famous back lane where there’s a barber there.

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It’s operated by 2 sisters as written on their signboard but I can only see 1. Apart from Hakka Mee, they also served Yong Tau Foo.

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The Hakka Mee is somewhat different from the ones that I eaten before. Despite the look, it’s actually quite good.

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I ordered some side dishes and the whole thing cost only RM4. So it’s a good meal and cheap meal too.

The next lunch place is recommended by Lin.

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Shin Kee, is at Jalan Tan Cheng Lock opposite Lai Fong and their specialty is Beef Noodles.

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It’s a small shop and could only fit about 8 table the max, so I’m glad I’m early to avoid the lunch crowd.

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The chilli sauce for dipping the beefy stuffs.

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Beef balls which is actually quite good. Better than the one in Lai Fong.

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The noodles that comes with beef minced. This is actually the dry version. Portion wise, it’s actually very little.

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It’s actually quite pricey at RM7 per bowl. So expect to pay about RM10 should you want a larger portion. Anyway, to show you the crowd, this is what the place looked like by the time I leave the place with the lady boss in action.

Well I would visit again lar, when I get bored eating my bread!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Mel November 9, 2012 at 6:40 pm

    Hi, I am looking for this particular hakka mee stall. Do u mind to tell me how to get there? Street names or coordinates will definitely be easy. Thank u.

  • Reply JD November 11, 2012 at 5:18 pm

    @Mel

    The Hakka Mee stall behind a back alley, opposite of Furama Hotel along Jalan Sultan.

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